Hawaii Wedding Sparkler Laws
Hawaii Wedding Sparklers
Wedding Sparklers In Hawaii
Whether you are on any of the five large islands in Hawaii the use of sparklers for weddings are allowed. When deciding to use wedding sparklers on your wedding day it is vital to make sure you are aware of all sparkler laws in Hawaii. Hawaii wedding sparkler rules and regulations are very similar to Alaska's sparkler laws as they are not part of the contingent United States. If you are in major cities like Honolulu, Kailua and Hilo you will want to make sure you check with your local firework laws and ensure your venue allows the use of sparklers. Even though sparklers for weddings are legal, your venue still has a right to deny the use of wedding sparklers if they seem fit. However, with the growing popularity of wedding sparklers, most venues now assign a dedicated area for you to perform a sparkler exit. Please check below to ensure you understand all of Hawaii's firework and sparkler laws to make sure you have no issues using wedding sparklers.
State of Hawaii Sparkler Laws:
Currently right now all handheld consumer sparklers, fireworks and firecrackers are permitted including heart shaped sparklers. What is not allowed in Hawaii are all aerial fireworks like mortars, parachutes and any type of bottle rockets. You can typically find all consumer sparklers year around in Hawaii with the most popular times being New Years and 4th of July. Currently you must be the age of 18 years old to purchase all sparklers. Be sure to read our sparkler safety section to ensure you use all wedding sparklers correctly.
*At Grand Wedding Exit we always strive to keep our sparkler laws updated with the most current Hawaii regulations. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of our sparkler information. We use this as a guideline for you to reference and you should always check with Hawaii state law before using sparklers for your wedding. Grand Wedding Exit is not held accountability for an errors in the information stated on our website, and will not be responsible for any violations of firework and sparkler laws.